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Mc watasebashi

Single by Moritaka Chisato
from album LUCKY 7

Release Date January 25, 1993
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single
Recorded 1993
Label Warner Music Japan, One Up Music

Moritaka Chisato Singles Chronology

Previous: Watashi ga Obasan ni Natte mo 16th Single
(1992)
Next: Watashi no Natsu 18th Single
(1993)

Watarasebashi / Writer Shibou (渡良瀬橋 / ライター志望; Watarase Bridge / Writer Wish) is the 17th single by Moritaka Chisato. It was released on January 25, 1993 under 2 different labels. "Watarasebashi" was used as the ending theme for the TV Tokyo show Ii Tabi Yume Kibun, and "Writer Shibou" was used as the ending theme for the TV Asahi show Quiz! Junsui Danjo Kouyuu.

The single reached #9 on the weekly Oricon chart and charted for fifteen weeks, selling 309,660 copies. It also reached #96 on the yearly Oricon charts for 1993.

森高千里 『渡良瀬橋』 (PV)03:53

森高千里 『渡良瀬橋』 (PV)

Watarasebashi (MV)

TracklistEdit

  1. Watarasebashi
  2. Writer Shibou

Single InformationEdit

  1. Watarasebashi
    • Lyrics, Drums, Piano, and Recorder: Moritaka Chisato
    • Composition, Arrangement, Synthesizer, Guitar, Bass, and Tambourine: Saito Hideo
  2. Writer Shibou

TriviaEdit

  • This is Moritaka's first single under One Up Music (now Zetima), but not as an official member of UP-FRONT PROMOTION.
  • Moritaka wrote the lyrics to "Watarasebashi" after she revisited the bridge over Watarasegawa near her old college in Ashikaga when she was facing artistic and identity issues.
  • "Watarasebashi" was later covered by other artists like Matsuura Aya, Goto Maki, Jounouchi Sanae, and CHAKA. Also, in 2007, the city of Ashikaga inscribed tanaka (short poems) based off the lyrics all over the Yakumo Jinja.

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